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havent ridden this years slr which i heard is stiffer from last years. But if you want an all mountain board to play around with hit every bump along the trail and still have the stability to bomb down the mountain or hop on the terrain park and hit some big jumps you'll be good with the slr. If you feel like doing tricks and hitting the rails and boxes your better off with the evo-r. If I recall the evo wasnt as stable as the slr bombing down the hill. Slr is all around a good board for doing everything, minus rails.. not the greatest. If you just want to do runs and hit a bunch of the jumps the sl-r will do you well. Id suggest the 155 and Im a fan of the ride bindings so something like the rx or spi where its not super stiff but still responsive when your bombing a run.

Size small. All the pads can be removed. However i dont feel these are that great. I own a pair and I think it caused more harm than good. They look great and seem like they will offer adequate protection, but after wearing these I had to get another better pair. I ended up with azzpadz but they arent sold on backcountry. Those offer better protection and cushion for your butt.

since you arent sure about the size of your face I would recommend going to a sports store or any store that has these goggles in stock and try them out on your face so you know exactly if they would fit or not instead of taking the gamble. However backcountry has an awesome lifetime return policy so you shouldnt have a problem returning them if you do buy them and they dont fit.